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Pump jacks today often are set on automatic timers since they operate with electricity rather than gas. These machines can start up with no warning. In addition to injuries or death from the machinery, toxic gases, such as hydrogen sulfide present dangers to anyone standing too close to oilfield sites. It is a colorless gas and occurs naturally in crude petroleum and natural gas. It is flammable, produces an odor similar to rotten eggs and is very poisonous. One can be overtaken by the fumes, burned by exposure, and even die.

There are deadly dangers in oilfield sites

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

PAWHUSKA — School is out and it is summertime in Osage County. Osage Nation Emergency Management wants to remind children and adults, young and old, that there are dangers in oilfield sites. The...

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Osage Nation Historic Preservation seeking summer interns

Jun 10, 2015 12:06pm

The Osage Nation is soliciting proposals from college students for two summer intern positions within the Historic Preservation Office. Responses will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. June 16 at the...

From left, Alexis Bighorse, Gabby Moen, Waylan Hubbard and McKenna Hurd show off their roller coaster.

Math projects inspire learning

Jun 10, 2015 12:06pm

Students in the math classes of Pawhuska High School instructor Brenda Jackson spent the final weeks of the semester doing project-based learning activities.

Students built bridges,...

From left, McKenna Hurd, Adrian Horn, James Hendrix III, Jalynn Horn and Ryan Horn enjoy a picnic at Bluestem Lake last weekend. The lake area was full of people having cookouts, boating and listening to the chirping of the cicadas. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Picnic at the lake

Jun 10, 2015 12:06pm

From left, McKenna Hurd, Adrian Horn, James Hendrix III, Jalynn Horn and Ryan Horn enjoy a picnic at Bluestem Lake last weekend. The lake area was full of people having cookouts, boating and...

Brenley Papke sits tall in the saddle as she does lead line with the help of her mother Cassie on Saturday evening during the Wynona Playday. The Playday is held every month at the Wynona arena, just west of Wynona of State Highway 99. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Wynona Playday

Jun 10, 2015 12:05pm

Brenley Papke sits tall in the saddle as she does lead line with the help of her mother Cassie on Saturday evening during the Wynona Playday. The Playday is held every month at the Wynona arena,...

Pastor Kathy Ann Morris fulfilled a decade-long dream when she became an ordained elder on May 27 in the Oklahoma Methodist Conference. Here she is shown with husband, Richard, along with several members of the Pawhuska First United Methodist Church. From left are Kathryn Swan, Richard and Kathy Morris, Ron and Debbie Reed. Not shown are Gilson and Sherry Williams and Dan and Linda Boone.

Local pastor ordained by Oklahoma United Methodist Conference

Jun 03, 2015 12:06pm

Pastor Kathy Ann Morris fulfilled a decade-long dream Wednesday night when she became an ordained elder in the Oklahoma Methodist Conference.

Morris and husband, Richard just returned from...

Finley Swan and Gentry Thorne stand in front of the historic Constantine Theater just prior to experiencing their first silent movie, “Blue Blazes Rawden.” Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Busy weekend for the arts in Pawhuska

Jun 03, 2015 12:06pm

For a small town, Pawhuska has a lot going on. The community has long supported athletics which is evident by the JC’s extensive coverage of youth activity. This past weekend, the historic...

Co-parenting class offered for divorced parents

Jun 03, 2015 12:06pm

Osage County Extension is offering its Co-Parenting for Resilience class for divorcing parents with minor children.

The class will be from 1-4 p.m. June 8 at the Osage County Interlocal...

Osage Nation Elder Nutrition Program honors Elders during May

Jun 03, 2015 12:06pm

PAWHUSKA — The Administration for Community Living (ACL), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, recognizes May as Older Americans Month. This was first established in 1963...

Osage County Auction

Jun 03, 2015 12:06pm

Members of the public view some of the many items that were sold Saturday during the Osage County Sheriff’s Sale & Surplus Auction at the Osage County Fairgrounds Agriculture Building....

From left, Kaye Ferguson, of Tulsa, Carrie Santee, of Avant, along with Chrissy Childress, Patty Hunter, and Carolyn Christy, all of Hominy, don scarfs they received at the Drummond Home’s presentation of “How to tie a scarf in a dozen ways.”

Drummond Home News

Jun 03, 2015 12:06pm

The Drummond Home held a presentation of “How to tie a scarf in a dozen ways.” The presentation was given by Curator Beverly Whitcomb, of Wynona.

Five ladies attended the event and learned...

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